Event Information

Wednesday 27th September, QEII Centre, London SW1P 3EE

The Government Digital Service's statement that "the internet is OK" gave the clearest indication yet of the government's intention to look to the internet for its services.

With public sector organisations varying enormously in size, function, complexity and security requirements, what are the network options available to them in a post-PSN world? Is there a silver bullet solution to meet all user needs? Which options will satisfy which requirements? Is there a cost-benefit analysis to prove the point?

The Future of Public Sector Networks will address these and many other questions, delving into the pros and cons of all options and providing delegates with the information they need to prepare a business case for their chosen solution.

Clearly the nature of the WAN architecture selected will be dependent on the path to cloud adoption that each organisation chooses and therefore the key areas to be explored will include:

Direct cloud access
Indirect cloud access
Secure Agile Exchange
Secure Internet Gateway

This event is free to attend* for public sector employees so book your place and join circa 200 senior network specialists from across public sector to hear the latest thinking from high level speakers from government, examples of best practice, engage with solution providers and network with your peers.